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ATL431: Bipolar or CMOS?

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Part Number: ATL431

HI,

Is the ATL431 made on a CMOS or bipolar process?
The reason for asking is I want to use it for a high radiation environment.

Thanks!

  • Hi Jason 

     ATL431 uses bipolar process. I will confirm experts and let you know if it is safe for radiation. 

    Regards

    Trailokya

  • In reply to Trailokya Rai:

    HI Jason 

    ATL431 is safe for radiation environment. 

    Regards

    Trailokya

  • In reply to Trailokya Rai:

    Thanks!!

    May I ask if you have more detail re: "safe for radiation"?
    Is this an educated guess? Do you have guesses for TID or SEE performance? Actual data?

    Thanks again!

  • In reply to Jason Cuadra35:

    Hi Jason,

    Our devices that have TID or SEE or any rad certification have it on the datasheet. I believe we initially misunderstood the question about radiation since some applications do not need certification. We do not have RAD data for TL431 that was listed above.

    The only TL431 like device that is radiation certified is the productions below.

    TL1431-DIE or TL1431-SP. See datasheets below for the products that can support certified radiation certification as listed on the datasheet..

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